Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
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A woman is shown from behind while removing her top, remaining in only panties, her bare back and side of her left breast are seen briefly. (Not sexual.)

About the potential of being caught sneaking into a power plant, Benji half-jokes about then having to play "mommies and daddies" with strangers in prison.

Early on, a woman is shot point-blank in the back of the head. No blood is shown, but she collapses to the ground. Very traumatic for the main character.

A man is captured and tied up and prepped for torture. A woman brings needles and vials, while another man brings bone saws and hammers. The man is threatened with the tools.

A man fights five men in a small room with intense hand-to-hand fighting and martial arts sequences. We hear one of the men's bones breaking as he is dispatched.

An assassination is attempted on a high profile figure.

A man is shot in the shoulder (small flesh wound), while another is shot in the chest (long range).

A man is thrown from a high platform and impaled when landing on an object. The actual moment happens off camera, but the body is briefly seen in the background of a subsequent shot. No blood or wounds visible.

A man & wife and driver are killed in a car bomb. All we see is the explosion.

An intense motorcycle chase includes much shooting. Motorcyclists are hit with a car(s), resulting in them flying off their cycles (and most likely dying from the high speeds involved / intense crashes).

An extended chase seen contains multiple exchange of fire. No real blood shown.

A woman challenges a man to shoot her if he doubts her loyalty and he unemotionally points the gun at her (somewhat tense). The gun fires, but a man behind and to the side of her is the one to be shot. No blood is shown.

A woman and a man knife-fight with many connecting slashes and a stabbing in the neck. This may be considered the most violent scene, but there is little to no blood.

Several men (including the British Prime Minister and the Director of MI6) are shot with darts (containing truth serum).

At least 5 "s" words, 3 uses of hell and 1 use each of "God," "Jesus" (1) Jesus Chr*st, and a possible "G-damn" (the latter possibly said during an action scene).

The bone doctor may seem scary to younger viewers, and he displays a collection of torture devices including a bone saw and a sledgehammer. He threatens the victim with them, but never uses them.

A character is strapped to a primed bomb

Attempt to coerce one to shoot another (doesn't actually happen).

A main character drowns, but is later brought back to life.

Intense chase scenes and fistfights as is the selling point of this move (i.e. "lost of fast paced action") - as if that is not what is expected.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence, and brief partial nudity

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